Tag: young-earth

God’s Rock Garden, Part 1

The picturesque view of Colorado Mountains outlining the distant horizon was suddenly broken by nearby jagged red rocks towering high above us as we approached.   The closer we got, the more dramatically the rough rocks loomed from above. … Read More

Deep Earthquakes, Part 2

Last week we started talking about the recent earthquake that occurred bellow the Sea of Okhotsk (950 miles north of Japan).  What was incredibly striking about this earthquake was how deep it was.  Usually earthquakes only go to… Read More

Deep Earthquakes, Part 1

For the past couple of weeks we have been talking about some of the basics of plate tectonics and how this theory relates to the world wide flood mentioned in the Bible.  One of the most important concepts… Read More

Grand Canyon: Rock Dating

The Grand Canyon is both a geologist’s dream and a geologist’s nightmare. It’s a geologist’s dream because it’s not just a bunch of sediment rock layers (like sandstone and limestone), but it also has hardened lava flows and… Read More

Grand Canyon Adventure

“Rapids Ahead!” Our raft captain called out over the chatter. I grabbed the strap behind me and the rope at my feet as I braced myself for the impact of the cold waves. The cold water was a… Read More

Solving the Mystery

We are back in the court room, that we discussed six weeks ago in the post, “A Curious Case”.  The day for the decision has arrived and you are the judge.  There is a lot at stake; it’s… Read More

Dinosaur Detection, Part II

In our clue last week, we discussed Theropods (dinosaurs like T-rex and velociraptor), which evolutionists believe evolved into birds.  However, the ichnofossils do not support this idea, as velociraptor and bird footprints have been found right next to… Read More

Clues from Crystals

A bright sapphire dangling from a gold chain glistens in the stage lights as the woman wearing the necklace begins to sing.   There is a constant dripping sound that breaks the silence in a dark cavern in South America… Read More

Carbon-14 Cries Creation & Catastrophe

            Radiocarbon dating is one of my all-time favorite geology subjects, so it is with mixed feelings that I write this final Clue about it for this series.  But, I have so much more information that I believe you,… Read More